Heat loss where ceilings/walls meet
After a lengthy infrared heat loss analysis of our home, it looks like we have significant heat loss where the exterior walls meet the ceilings.
Up in the attic we have baffles leading out to the perforated vinyl soffits. R-19 fiberglass batts and cellulose are pushed under the baffles and as far forward as we could get them. I believe I saw the gap when installing the fiberglass but couldn't reach that far and thought it would be more accessible from the outside, which it's not. Ancient fiberglass batts in the outside walls. What's the best way to reduce the heat loss? Is it fixable from the outside by adding insulation near the top of every stud cavity, or is it something that should be tackled from the attic?No problems with icicles and the snow pack stays consistent on the roof. No major heat loss through the ceilings..but you sure can feel the cold air spilling down the wall. Thanks in advance for any input.